Just an update and follow up to the post about how we feel since our PE's and the whole brain fog, forgetfulness, crazy spelling and typing, small headaches when none before PE, etc.... I had an appointment scheduled with my hemotologist today and we decided to try a month on the coumedin and see if it helps my symptoms. I have been on warfarin (generic) for the last six months and am still in a brain fog. I even went to a neurologist and got the MRI and everything was ok..... so I can only attribute it to meds, stress or the PE in general. But.... I'm going to give it a try. Who knows if it will work, but I'll keep you posted. I know Ashley (cupcake) had great success when she switched and I am hoping for the same. One of my reasons for not switching was financial issues, but I'm willing to pay a bit more for brand IF it works. I am mostly intersted in seeing how my body and brain respond. BTW- Ashley....how long did it take for you to feel a difference?
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